February 2022: American Heart Month

February 2022: American Heart Month

February is American Heart Month and a time to take stock in our heart health. The statistics of people living (and dying) from heart disease in the United States is staggering. According to the Cente...

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CardioMEMs Heart Failure System Is Helping Patients Get Treated Faster

CardioMEMs Heart Failure System Is Helping Patients Get Treated Faster

New remote monitoring system CardioMEMs Heart Failure System is helping patients get treated faster, stay out of the hospital and improve their quality of life Cardiologist Youssef Nasr, MD talks abo...

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Heart Warming Photography to Brighten Your Holidays

Heart Warming Photography to Brighten Your Holidays

The Great Escape of Nature Photography, as told by general surgeon, Dr. Harsha Jawardena Fifteen years ago I had no idea how to take photographs. My oldest son started playing tennis on his high schoo...

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Heart Disease Is #1 Killer For Women!

Heart Disease Is #1 Killer For Women!

Learn about early signs and symptoms, and preventative means, to reduce your risk. Did you know heart disease is the leading cause of death for women in the United States, killing 299,578 women in 20...

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Less Invasive Open Heart Surgery (TAVR) Now Available

Less Invasive Open Heart Surgery (TAVR) Now Available

Less invasive open heart surgery called TAVR now available and being performed on eligible patients at MercyOne North Iowa Heart Center MercyOne North Iowa Cardiology Specialty at Mason City Clinic is...

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February Is American Heart Month

February Is American Heart Month

February is American Heart Month — 80% of heart disease can be prevented! Cardiovascular disease, including heart disease and stroke, remains the leading global cause of death with more than 17.3 mi...

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How To Keep Your Heart Healthy In Cold Weather

How To Keep Your Heart Healthy In Cold Weather

People With Heart Disease Are At A Much Higher Risk for Heart Attacks & Heart Failure During Cold Weather. Here Are Some Lifesaving Tips! Being in a cold environment causes our bodies to make cert...

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Up-to-date. Down-to-earth. Close to home. Lots of great reasons to make Mason City Clinic
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250 S. Crescent Drive, Mason City, IA 50401

Tel: 641.494.5200

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Tel: 641.494.5200

Fax: 641.494.5403

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